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Kmart shopper sees pair of OLD thongs hanging in place of new $1 sandals

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Kmart shopper sees pair of OLD thongs hanging in place of new sandals after brutal thief refused to pay just $1 for those on sale

  • A Kmart shopper has revealed her horror at finding old thongs on the shelf
  • The woman saw a commonly used black thong hanging in the store
  • But other people were less shocked — noting that it happens in all shoe stores










A Kmart customer is disgusted after finding old flip flops on the rack instead of the retailer’s $1 sandals.

The shocked mother posted a video on TikTok showing the shoes hanging neatly in the store above the Anko hanger after a brutal thief left their own shoes instead of paying for the cheap footwear.

“The things you see at Kmart,” she wrote in the caption.

A Kmart customer is disgusted after finding old flip flops on the rack instead of the retailer’s $1 sandals

She also added a “stunned” emoji of Taylor Swift looking disappointed.

The worn strings also had a prominent healing mark etched into flaky white skin.

“I’m done,” one woman wrote.

“There are so many lovely people in the world, I don’t know how people come up with these kinds of ideas, let alone carry on with them,” said another.

Others couldn’t understand swapping old strings for new ones when they’re so affordable.

“They cost one dollar,” one man said in shock.

A store employee said the action is something she often sees from brutal thieves in department stores.

“This happens all the time in retail,” she wrote.

“There are so many lovely people in the world, I don’t know how people come up with these kinds of ideas, let alone go through with them,” said another.

“This used to happen in the shoe store where I worked, usually in the shoe department of the school,” said one woman.

The “basic” or “everyday” strings at Kmart cost $1, they also stock Havaianas for $10.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Kmart for comment.

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